Why Cheshire Care


As a support worker for Cheshire Care you will be a vital part of the organisation, supporting our service users to the highest standard possible. Cheshire Care support workers ensure that they promote independence, health and well being, meet individual needs and ensure dignity is maintained at all times.


As a new employee with Cheshire Care we will provide you with full written and practical training to give you all the knowledge, skills and experience you require to become an outstanding support worker and improve the quality of lives for the individuals we support.   This training includes:


Mandatory training (Adult Abuse, Mental Capacity, Infection Control, Food  Hygiene,  Health & Safety, Fire Safety and First Aid)

MAPA

Medication

Manual Handling

Diabetes

Epilepsy

During employment with Cheshire Care you will receive annual updates on all training and also have the opportunity undertake additional training as available. In addition to the above training you will also be able to undertake an NVQ level 2 and level 3 in health and social care with the support of fully qualified NVQ assessors.


Whilst being an employee at Cheshire Care you will receive support from your Line Manager and other members of the management team in the forms of 3 monthly supervisions, yearly appraisal’s and 3 monthly staff meetings. You will be provided with a uniform upon commencement of employment with us and we also provide a work based pension scheme.









How to apply/where to find vacancies- more info required please?

Support role

Recruitment

Cheshire Care Services - Independent Living Support - Unit 60, Rounds Green Road, Oldbury, West Midlands, B69 2RE.  

Tel:  0121 552 5552; Fax:  0121 552 0341  Company Registration: 5623030

Email   info@ilsupport.org.uk


Telephone: 0121 552 5552

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